The London Gaming Market takes place every four months at the Royal National Hotel in Russell Square, London. With a hall full of stalls selling hardware, games, artwork and other gaming merchandise, it’s a great way to add to your physical collection for older consoles and PCs.
At the last event in March, I came away with a PlayStation 2 after the hunt for my other-half’s original machine in our loft earlier this year proved unsuccessful. I also picked up a couple of titles: Fahrenheit (because playing it on PC now just doesn’t feel right) and ICO. As Pete had never played the latter before, we finally got around to streaming it a few weeks ago; and you can read all about his reaction to the game, along with my thoughts on how the Team Ico releases handle the theme of trust, in a post coming next…
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